NetFusion V 9.0 NOF Secure Pages PHP script

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NetFusion V 9.0 NOF Secure Pages PHP script

Postby HWP » Sun Nov 13, 2005 12:13 am

As a newbie to web page world and PHP I have encountered a road block with attempting to place secure pages in my website. The Netfusion wizard requests a path to the MySQL server. The administrator for the website gave me the path as "name of website/". I get this nice pretty error 103 contact system administrator. Repeat Loop. the server is an Apache running on linux if it makes any difference. Thanks in advance for any great ideas.

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Need more info

Postby admin » Sun Nov 13, 2005 10:01 pm

Which version of Fusion are you using?

If it's Fusion 9, the path to the database is for a text database. A csv file.

The Fusion 9 secure site components don't use a MySQL database.

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Additional questions regarding csv files.

Postby HWP » Sun Nov 13, 2005 11:06 pm

Thank you for the posting. That seems to help me seperate the issues how my homemade PHP pages are accessing the MySQL server; but Fusion 9's were not.

But I have checked the directories, how are the csv created/formated? I clearly missed something in the directions. Again thanks for the help!

-=homer

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Never mind - when all else fails read the manual

Postby HWP » Sun Nov 13, 2005 11:14 pm

CSV - comma deliminted text file. Sorry for the last post.

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CSV files

Postby admin » Mon Nov 14, 2005 10:41 am

The new components in 9 create the CSV files on the fly. Each has its own file that the individual component uses.

So, there's no way to interchange data between them.

These components are beginner level, in my mind. Useful, but not very flexible.

If you already know PHP/MySQL, you can do more advanced things yourself.

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Postby Pete Smithies » Thu Sep 21, 2006 2:34 am

I am experimenting with the secure pages tools within Fusion 9.
I have managed to set up the page structure as described with the online tutorial - but I cannot get past the login page or the signup page - I seem to be missing something.
How do I set the correct password for the user to advance?
Any help would be appreciated

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Secure pages

Postby admin » Thu Sep 21, 2006 8:59 am

I am experimenting with the secure pages tools within Fusion 9.
I have managed to set up the page structure as described with the online tutorial - but I cannot get past the login page or the signup page - I seem to be missing something.
How do I set the correct password for the user to advance?
Any help would be appreciated

Regards

Pete
Have you manually created the db folder required on the web server and given it the proper permissions? (777) This is needed so Fusion can create the supporting csv file for storing login data.

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